Pokémon Go Community Day for September is almost here. This month’s event, scheduled for Sunday, September 19, features the fifth-generation Water-type Pokémon Oshawott. As such, players can find more of these Pokémon and get bonuses if they focus all their attention on a lucky Oshawott in their company. Here’s everything you need to know about Pokémon Go’s Community Day in September 2021.
September 2021 Featured Pokémon: Oshawott
Players can expect to see more Oshawott in their neighborhoods and malls during this month’s Community Day, but catching an Oshawott is just the beginning of what players can earn. By evolving the Pokémon, which can be lured by Rainy Lure Modules, into Samurott, players get a version of the Pokémon that knows the Charged Attack Hydraulic Cannon. See the article: Pokémon Go will get the mythical Hoopa for the first time next season† Samurotts can also learn the Charged Attack Razor Shell starting September 19.
In addition to some new moves, players can also earn Oshawott-inspired decals during September’s Community Day by spinning PokeStops, opening Gifts, or purchasing them from the in-game store. The store also has an exclusive Special Research Story, From Scalhops to Seamitars, which can be purchased for $1 or the equivalent in your currency.
Community Day Schedule in September
Pokémon Go’s September Community Day will take place on Sunday, September 19 from 11 a.m. local time to 5 p.m. local time, giving players just six hours to catch an Oshawott and evolve into their final form.
September Community Day Bonuses
In addition to the increased Oshawott spawns and bonuses for evolving the Pokémon, Pokémon Go players can also get some extra goodies during this month’s Community Day, either for free or in-store. As usual, taking snapshots during Community Day will reward players with a “surprise” and the game will have a one-time purchase of Community Day Crate. The box costs only 1,280 PokeCoins and comes with the following:
- 50 ultra balls
- five lucky eggs
- Five rainfall modules
- An Elite FastTM
For more information about this month’s Pokémon Go Community Day, visit the official Pokémon Go blog. Next month’s Pokemon Go Community Day is leaning toward Halloween by celebrating with a cute scary Pokemon.
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